Can I confess something? Can I be real and vulnerable? Is that safe?
OK – here goes… 1,492 more words
Sullivan Bay on Santiago had one major attraction…Galapagos Penguins. We took a zodiac around the bay and observed the odd rock formations, formed, as with most odd formations in the Galapagos, by the eruption, cooling and breakdown of volcanos and volcanic rocks. 223 more words
As in November our Birdwalk coincided with a full moon high tide of the month (+6.87 ft.) and a small storm surge still lingered from the high surf earlier in the week. 1,661 more words
Mullet are ostensibly vegetarian by nature, dining on micro-organisms and algae found in the sediment and weed of harbours, sandy bays and estuaries. However, localized populations of mullet are conditioned to feed on small invertebrates where an abundance of these organisms exists and this creates an opening for the fly fisher, especially in those parts of the country where spring tides introduce maggots from rotting seaweed to the water. 64 more words